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Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art

Studies in Scatology (Studies in European Cultural Transition)

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Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary studies: 16th to 18th centuries,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • General,
  • Scatology in art,
  • Scatology in literature

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJeff Persels (Editor), Russell Ganim (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7990749M
    ISBN 100754641163
    ISBN 109780754641162

    Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art: Studies in Scatology by Jeffery C. Persels, Russell Ganim (pp. ) Review by: Carla Freccero DOI: /ren “Foolectomies, Fool Enemas, and the Renaissance Anatomy of Folly.” In Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art: Studies in Scatology, ed. Jeff Persels and Russell Ganim, Aldershot, Engl./Burlington, Vt Ashgate, “Das figurierte Gedächtnis: Figura, Memoria und die Simultanbühne des deutschen Mittelalters.”.

    Published in Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art, ed. Jeff Persels and Russell Ganim. Studies in European Cultural Transition, Volume Twenty One, General Editors: Martin Stannard and Greg Walker. Aldershot, Hampshire: Ashgate Publishing Limited, ISBN 0 3. Persels, J., & Ganim, R. () Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art: Studies in Scatology. (Chap. 1: The Honorable Art of Farting in Continental Renaissance). ISBN von Schmausen, D. (). Official Rules, New World Odor International Freestyle Farting Championship. LULU. ISBN External links.

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Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art: Studies in Scatology (Studies in European Cultural Transition) by Jeff Persels (Editor), Russell Ganim. Reviews 'This is a much welcomed addition to a rather neglected aspect of cultural studies in the early modern period.

It supplements both Bakhtin's theory of the grotesque and Elias's analysis of the "civilizing process" in a creative, imaginative way, reconciling the historical perspective with a carefully formulated post-Freudian assessment of scatological rhetoric as it was used and.

DOI link for Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art. Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art book. Studies in Scatology. Edited By Jeff Persels, Russell Ganim. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 2 March Pub. location London. Imprint by: Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art: Studies in Scatology - Google Books Feces, urine, flatus, phlegm, vomitus - unlike ourselves, our most educated forebears did not disdain these 5/5(1).

Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art: Studies in Scatology (Studies in European Cultural Transition #21) and reconsider this last taboo in the context of Early Modern European expression. They address unflinchingly both the objective reality of the scatological as part and parcel of material culture - inescapably a much larger.

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Francois Rigolot, Meredith Howland Pyne Professor of French Literature and Chair, Renaissance Studies, Princeton University. It would seem then that the modern-day hegemony of medico-scientific discourses of the human enables, in collections such as Fecal Matters, a renewed consideration in literature and the visual arts.

Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art Studies in Scatology Edited by Jeff Persels Russell Ganim Studies in European Cultural Transition Volume Twenty One General Editors: Martin Stannard and Greg Walker ASHGATE.

Fecal matters in early modern literature and art: studies in scatology. [Jeff Persels; Russell Ganim;] -- The subject of excrement or faeces is normally the domain of clinicians or puerile comedy. However this collection explores the subject from an academic perspective by examining past writings from a.

- Jeff Persels, French Department and Director of European Studies, University of South Carolina andco-editor of Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art: Studies in Scatology "Some fastidious readers might be tempted to turn away from the pungent topic of Susan Morrison's new book.

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Download. the relative academic neglect of the copious and ubiquitous scatological. The grotesque body is a concept, or literary trope, put forward by Russian literary critic Mikhail Bakhtin in his study of François Rabelais ' work.

The essential principle of grotesque realism is degradation, the lowering of all that is abstract, spiritual, noble, and ideal to the material level.

Faculty Publications - Modern Languages and Literatures Modern Languages and Literatures, Department of January Scatology, the Last Taboo: Introduction to Fecal Matters in Early Modern Literature and Art Jeff Persels University of South Carolina, [email protected] Russell J.

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